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Saving Education During Tough Times

Discussion in 'Teaching & Learning' started by TMLeader, Aug 27, 2020.

  1. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    Schools maybe closed but parents can save education. An article by Dr. Robert Zenhausern

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    Find out how Enabling Support Foundation has been saving education in the 21st Century.
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  2. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    It's a little insulting to suggest to teachers that education needs 'saving' and that the people to do this are parents and your company (That you seem to get away with advertising over and over again).
  3. Newidentity

    Newidentity Occasional commenter

    Your link refers to schools preparing to reopen in January. I hope that the quality of the rest of your offering is a little higher!
  4. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    The quality of education and the agenda to support equality in education is what our foundation is calling upon during COVID 19. How can we help you during this tough times in education? We have diverse books and book reviews to share with the world.
  5. hhhh

    hhhh Star commenter

    Given that we MIGHT have a vaccine or treatment by then (see Oxford trials) maybe this would be a good idea-rather than reopening schools, let someone take charge of remote learning, and schooling for those who don't have a parent who can wfh!
  6. Jamboreeindia

    Jamboreeindia New commenter

    In this tough time of COVID-19 situation. The online learning platform has gained a parent's trust. Parents are believing in trustworthy platforms for their child's future.
  7. jonundee

    jonundee New commenter

    Online education is the only option these days. The main thing is that the child should like such training.
  8. AimeeArnold1234

    AimeeArnold1234 New commenter

    Yes, unfortunately, online education today is the only way to safely teach students.
  9. TMLeader

    TMLeader New commenter

    @AimeeArnold1234 online education is not the only way. There are other alternatives such as home schooling, hiring a tutor, opening the schools safely while maintaining rules such as 6ft away from each other, washing of hands etc.
  10. bessiesmith2

    bessiesmith2 New commenter

    Is there any school that is managing to keep students 6 feet away from each other or is this just hypothetical? Certainly in our school there is no attempt to do social distancing - we are just keeping the students in 'bubbles' as best we can - meaning 160 children in each bubble. Staff meanwhile flit freely from bubble to bubble...

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